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Ray Emory's detective work is time-consuming but worth it. The Pearl Harbor survivor has provided research that has led to the identification, he says, of nine service members killed in the Japanese attack, which occurred 71 years ago Friday. Emory, who will be honored at ceremonies this year, has remained in contact with some of the relatives, including the first case he helped solve more than 10 years ago.
Egypt-Protests (Will update)
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy didn't back off the controversial edict he has issued or Egypt's upcoming constitutional referendum, saying Thursday night that he respects peaceful opposition to his decisions but won't stand for violence.
Guatemala-McAfee-Asylum-Rejected (Will update)
Software pioneer John McAfee was in a Guatemalan police hospital Thursday, being treated for cardiovascular problems just hours after officials rejected his bid for asylum. McAfee faces deportation to Belize, where police want to talk with him about a neighbor's shooting death.
Syria-Civil-War (Will update)
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met Thursday with key players as part of a new U.S. diplomatic push on Syria, amid reports that the government of President Bashar al-Assad may be preparing to use chemical weapons.